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Got the Saint Louis Blues - Classical Music in the Jazz Age

Label: Clarion CLR907CD
Released: 1998
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VocalEssence / Plymouth Music Series of Minnesota; Philip Brunelle, conductor; recorded on February 16, 1998 at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis, Minnesota; (The Chariot Jubilee, R. Nathaniel Dett; Charlestonia: Folk Rhapsody for Orchestra, No.1, Edmond Thornton Jenkins)


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